*** UPDATED FOR 2021/2022 ***
Local, Sectional and State Competitions
The Boise Rifle and Pistol Club hosts several pistol competitions each year. These are fired with .22, .45 and other caliber pistols.
For more information about these competitions contact Bill McLouth at 208-409-3498.

Almost all shoots this year will be one day shoots, except for the Sectional and State shoots. The one day shoots give the option to participate in:
  • 900 shot at 50ft. with .22
  • 900 shot at 25yds. with .22
  • 900 shot at 25 yds. with the CF caliber of your choice

Any combination of one, two or all three matches may be shot during the day.

Postals: TBD
NRA Pistol Matches Indoors
Saturday Sunday
October 30, 2021
.22 900 @ 50ft., .22 900 @ 25yds., CF of choice 900 @ 25yds.
November 27, 2021
.22 900 @ 50ft., .22 900 @ 25yds., CF of choice 900 @ 25yds.
December 18, 2021
.22 900 @ 50ft., .22 900 @ 25yds., CF of choice 900 @ 25yds.
January 29, 2022
.22 900 @ 50ft., .22 900 @ 25yds., CF of choice 900 @ 25yds.
Sectionals February 19, 2022
.22 900 @ 50ft.
February 20, 2022
2700 @ 25yds.
State March 26, 2022
.22 900 @ 50ft.
March 27, 2022
2700 @ 25yds.
April 2, 2022
.22 900 @ 50ft., .22 900 @ 25yds., CF of choice 900 @ 25yds.
Registration:
9:00AM, first Relay starts at 10:00 AM
Prices:
.22 900 @ 50ft. $15
.22 900 @ 25yds. $10
CF of choice @ 25yds. $15
One day shoots, all three matches $35
Current NRA pistol rules
Current N.R.A membership is higly encouraged, but not required
For information, contact Bill McLouth
Phone: 208-409-6498
Email: KE7NKF@GMAIL.COM
BOISE RIFLE & PISTOL CLUB INDOOR 25 YD. 2700, NRA REGISTERED
LOCATION
Boise Rifle & Pistol Club Range, 6961 Supply Way, Boise, Idaho. Supply Way is located off Gowen Road, Approximately 1 mile west of I-84 ; Use exit 57.
ELIGIBILITY
All competitors should be individual NRA members but not required.
ENTRIES
Entrees will be honored in the order received, and will be accepted until the last relay is called to the firing line. Shooters traveling more than 50 miles will receive relay preference.
CLASSIFICATION
NRA classes will be used. Unclassified shooters will shoot in the Master class. If less than three shooters in a class, that class will be combined with the next higher class. In no case will an individual be combined into a classification more than one level above his true classification
CATEGORIES
There will be no categories.
RULES & TARGETS:
Current NRA rules will govern all matches.
NRA B-16 targets will be used for slow fire.
NRA B-8 targets will be used for Timed and Rapid Fire.
COURSE OF FIRE
All matches are shot at 25 yards. There will be 20 rounds per match, except for the National Match Course, which will be 30 rounds.
EQUIPMENT:
NRA rules 3.4 - 3.20
MATCH SCHEDULE:
.22 Cal CF .45 Cal
Match #1 #6 #11 Slow Fire
Match #2 #7 #12 National Match Course
Match #3 #8 #13 Timed Fire
Match #4 #9 #14 Rapid Fire
Match #5 #10 #15 Aggregates
Match #16 Grand Aggregate (Total of #5, #10, #15)

BOISE RIFLE & PISTOL CLUB 900 Gallery Pistol Championship, NRA REGISTERED
LOCATION:
Boise Rifle & Pistol Club Range, 6961 Supply Way, Boise, Idaho. Supply Way is located off Gowen Road, approximately 1 mile west of I – 84 ; Use exit 57.
ELIGIBILITY
All competitors should be individual NRA members but not required.
ENTRIES:
Entries will be accepted in the order received, and will be accepted until the last relay is called to the firing line. Shooters traveling more than 50 miles will receive relay preference.
CLASSIFICATION:
Current NRA rules will apply. Any class with less than three competitors may be combined with next higher class. In no case will an individual be combined into a classification more than one level above his true classification. Unclassified shooter will fire in Master class.
CATEGORIES
There will be no categories.
RULES & TARGETS:
Current NRA rules will govern all matches.
NRA B-2 targets will be used for slow fire.
NRA B-3 targets will be used for Timed and Rapid Fire.
EQUIPMENT:
NRA rules 3.4 - 3.20
All matches fired at 50 feet with .22 Cal. Pistol.
MATCH SCHEDULE:
Match #1 20 shots Slow Fire
Match #2 30 shots National Match Course
Match #3 20 shots Timed Fire
Match #4 20 shots Rapid Fire
Match #5 Aggregate of #1 - #4
Match #6 FIRED TEAM MATCH: 30 shots NMC 4 man teams.

NRA OPEN INDOOR CONVENTIONAL PISTOL SECTIONAL
LOCATION:
Boise Rifle & Pistol Club Range, 6961 Supply Way, Boise, Idaho. Supply Way is located off Gowen Road, approximately 1 mile west of I – 84 ; Use exit 57.
ELIGIBILITY
All competitors should be individual NRA members but not required.
ENTRIES:
Entries will be accepted in the order received, and will be accepted until the last relay is called to the firing line. Shooters traveling more than 50 miles will receive relay preference.
CLASSIFICATION:
Current NRA rules will apply. Any class with less than three competitors may be combined with next higher class. In no case will an individual be combined into a classification more than one level above his true classification. Unclassified shooter will fire in Master class.
CATEGORIES
There will be no categories.
RULES & TARGETS:
Current NRA rules will govern all matches.
NRA B-2 targets will be used for slow fire.
NRA B-3 targets will be used for Timed and Rapid Fire.
EQUIPMENT:
NRA rules 3.4 - 3.20
MATCH SCHEDULE:
Match #1 20 shots Slow Fire
Match #2 30 shots Gallery Course
Match #3 20 shots Timed Fire
Match #4 20 shots Rapid Fire
Match #5 Aggregate of #1 - #4
Match #6 Team Match - NRA Gallery Course - All members of team must fire - This is not a paper match.

TEAMS:
A team will consist of four (4) firing members representing an NRA affiliated club (Rule 2.11 or (A), (B), a law enforcement agency (Rule 2.14), a regular service, National Guard or Reserve Unit (Rule 2.13). Teams composed of competitors not all in the same category are mixed teams. Mixed teams in Sectionals may fire for open awards only. Scores for mixed teams will not be used for National ranking or awards.
NOTE: In order for scores from a Sectional to be recognized for sectional awards, there must be teams and individuals entered in the sectional concerned representing more than one affiliated organization. All scores, except those from mixed teams, will be recognized for National awards.